CTI Foods – Owingsville, KY
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Cti Foods – Owingsville, KY
CTI Foods Owingsville, KY. CTI meat processing is a rapidly growing $400 million dollar food manufacturer has openings for experienced Warehouse… jobsradar.com
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Very good medical coverage, Blue Cross & Blue Shield (PPO). Very inexpensive coverage, very affordable family coverage. The best coverage you can get for a middle class person. The best coverage I ever had, period.
Very high turnover rate. Employees are looked at as short term help instead of long term investments. Very poor training for staff. Management is very petty, look for any excuse to write up employees, suspend or fire them. The company does not give maintenence staff any holiday time off, no Christmas, no New Years, no Thanksgiving, and no Fourth of July. Management gets all major holidays off but not maintenance department. The production department are worked twelve hours a day, 7 days a week. This company does not care if you spend any time with your family at all. Rapid schedule changes are frequent. if you are looking for a set schedule to fit a normal lifestyle, this is not the company to work for. Nepatism, and favoritism from management runs rampant. Very cliques invironment. Very toxic invironment to work in. This company hires a lot of exconvicts. These are the only kind of people that they can retain because they don't have many options and are desperate for a job. This company is truly a company of very low standards. They don't believe in investing in employees over the long haul. All employees are only short term help, and will never be a long tern investment.
Advice to Management
Turn over is costing your company a lot of money, because of this, you can never develop tallent. The corporate culture is created from the top down. Get rid of your whole management team and start over. At the end of the day, you get what you pay for. Pay your managers very well and you will attract very talented people who really care about continuous improvement.